Why Jesus is More Than the Light at the End of the Tunnel

Life is hard. I don’t have to tell you twice. You might feel the weight of that sentence every single day. You've likely felt the pain of a breakup, job loss, move, loss of a loved one, abuse, difficult friendship, betrayal, financial insecurity, injury or sickness, or difficult transition. You’ve likely felt lonely, depressed, frustrated, angry, irritated, worried, … Continue reading Why Jesus is More Than the Light at the End of the Tunnel

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Thursday Thankful Things

I have not done one of these posts in a LONG time! Life got busy, and while I was posting them every other week, that kind of got pushed away. However, I'm hoping to at least do these posts once a month because it's so fun chatting about what we're thankful for! This Thursday I'm … Continue reading Thursday Thankful Things

Why Suicide is NEVER the Answer

Each year 44,965 Americans die by suicide. (source) So often these days we see people losing hope and making the terrible choice to take their own lives. Life is no longer valued like the gift it is. Suicide is portrayed as a GOOD thing and as an "escape" from life's troubles. In the media, suicide is … Continue reading Why Suicide is NEVER the Answer

Encouragement for Those Who Struggle with Depression

Depression. It turns even the happiest person into someone clouded over by darkness. It breaks my heart to think of all the precious people being deceived by depression today. So many people think that life is not worth living anymore because of this lie that has invaded their brains. I personally have never been affected … Continue reading Encouragement for Those Who Struggle with Depression

How to Live Life Wisely and to the Fullest

Life is short. It's not something we like to think about, but it's something we should all think about and even discuss more often. I think that if we all knew when we'd die, we would live differently. My question for you, today, is: how are you living the life you've been given? Are you … Continue reading How to Live Life Wisely and to the Fullest

Tips on Studying God’s Word

Studying the Word of God can be very daunting - with 66 books, 31,102 verses, it can be overwhelming. In this post I want to talk about some simple ways to dig deep into the Word of God. If you have never read the Bible before, I encourage you to find a plan to go … Continue reading Tips on Studying God’s Word

3 Things to Remember When Someone Hurts You

Giving grace to others is not an easy thing. People say and do things that are unimaginable and cruel. People leave, people reject, people HURT. Yet, God calls us to FORGIVE. Wow, is that radical. In my life so far, I have yet to have someone be very mean to me or bully me, praise God. … Continue reading 3 Things to Remember When Someone Hurts You

How God Changed My Life Through One Person’s Obedience

I've been a Christian my entire life. When I was a baby, I was dedicated at my family's church. Then, just a few years later, when I was old enough, I said the prayer and accepted Jesus into my heart. I wasn't quite a "church kid" who just went to church and lived like the … Continue reading How God Changed My Life Through One Person’s Obedience

Interview With Author Kellyn Roth

I had the opportunity around the end of last year to be an alpha reader for Kellyn Roth and proof read her newest book, At Her Fingertips, which is the third book in her original series, The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. Here is the summary of the book from her website: Alice Knight is looking forward … Continue reading Interview With Author Kellyn Roth